What Are You Wearing? David Blaza 11/21/2014 (11) comments The wearables market is at $6 billion this year and is expected to rise to $33 billion by 2019. What are you wearing? What will you be wearing soon?
Gizmos & Gadgets From Pepcom's Holiday Spectacular Alison Dorantes-Garcia 11/11/2014 (2) comments A portable satellite hotspot, the first commercially available facial recognition for home monitoring devices, and other interesting technologies all make an appearance at Pepcom's Holiday Spectacular in San Francisco.
Fabless Pipsqueaks Grow Up Rick Merritt 11/10/2014 Post a comment The trade association of fabless semiconductor companies celebrates its 20th anniversary this year, declaring victory in its goal to establish its sector and the business model behind it.
Startups & Their Supply Chain Fit Logical Link 11/6/2014 (1) comment The high-tech startup scene is, undoubtedly, worth watching from a supply chain planning perspective, since its promise or failure could boost or hurt your own business or logistics operations.
5 Tips for a Streamlined Supply Chain Jennifer Bosavage 10/28/2014 (10) comments Smart and successful supply chains are leveraging a few strategies that allow organizations to get their supply chain to provide high quality for the lowest cost and to collaborate more effectively.
China Leads the Charge Into Ultra HDTV -- Really? Jonah McLeod 10/16/2014 (10) comments What's driving the rampant hyperbole over the size and growth of the Ultra HDTV market? Market analysts' answers range from China's growing affluent consumer base to the pricing strategies of consumer electronic giants pushing the next wave of product on to eager consumers worldwide.
Blue LED Inventors Win Nobel Prize R. Colin Johnson 10/9/2014 (7) comments Three Japanese-born researchers (one a professor at UCSB) will share the $1.1 million Nobel Prize in Physics for their work on the blue light-emitting diode that has made possible the white solid-state lighting that has obsoleted both incandescent and fluorescent.
Cheap Solar Absorbs Entire Spectrum R. Colin Johnson 10/8/2014 (8) comments Two-step process first absorbs entire spectrum of light from the sun then reradiates it in the infrared spectrum where conventional photovoltaics can turn it into electricity.
Should We Care if AM Radio Fades Out? Bill Schweber 10/6/2014 (20) comments How the cycle has turned: Putting an AM radio into a car was a big advance in the 1920s and 1930s. Now, auto vendors are considering eliminating the radio as a standard or even optional feature, due to declining user need and listenership.
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